2019 has arrived with even higher expectations from smart building technologies. Growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry will accelerate in 2019. Far beyond an optional extra, IoT has become central to the plans for leveraging technological innovation in Commercial Real Estate (CRE). Are you ready to embrace the IoT Smart Building trends happening now?
Commercial Real Estate (CRE) has been slow to adapt to the current digitization trend. Many imagine themselves impervious to such change. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) exposes the flaws of such archaic thinking.
The network edge represents the playground of IoT. Imagine inexpensive wireless devices directly monitoring and/or controlling critical HVAC assets. Welcome to the new world of Operational Technology (OT).
Many question IoT. They’ve heard too much, quite frankly. Varied industry opinions and viewpoints have built business propositions, but the questions linger. We continue to explore the “WHY” behind IoT.
Are AI and IoT far off concepts? No. They exist now and produce measurable energy savings. I trust you care about increasing energy efficiency in your building. If so, then you’ll want to see some of the options available today.
Our previous blog peered into the future of HVAC, which reveals AI and IoT. Don’t ignore them as far off. They’re here now, changing the competitive landscape, and unlocking the HVAC market. We’ll show you how.
In Part One of this blog series, we explored the horizontal and vertical approaches to the IoT market. AI will play a large role in the era of Big Data. We have no doubt because the future of HVAC reveals AI and IoT.
You already know about IoT. Well . . . at least you’ve heard a lot about it. IoT is surprisingly simple because it generally refers to connected devices producing data where previously there was none. Data visibility certainly produces valuable insights, especially when driven by AI. Don’t be confused by the hype surrounding IoT. Yes, it’s rumored to be big; …
We understand the need to manage the energy consumption in buildings. We’re okay with the concept. Too often, however, we question our own ability to accomplish such a task. Many have discomfort even discussing the plan . . . should one even exist. According to the United Nations, buildings account for 40% of global energy use, 30% of energy-related GHG …